The United Nations International Computing Centre (UNICC) is the leading provider of digital business solutions within the United Nations system. Over the last five decades, UNICC has been continually expanding the services it provides to its Clients and Partner Organizations across the globe, and over diverse areas of technology services and digital business solutions.
As a part of the UN family, UNICC espouses the same values that the UN embraces. As a service provider, our core values are unmatched and underlie our continued growth: trust, Client-focus, accountability, understanding cross-cultural differences, excellence, innovation and teamwork.
Individuals and teams at UNICC go the extra mile, seek excellence in everything they do and set the highest standards with respect, curiosity, pride, passion, flexibility, honesty and transparency, providing the superior service relationships that our Partners and Clients expect and deserve.
Sameer Chauhan, Director, UNICC
UNICC is committed to delivering reliable digital solutions driven by best practices. With its world-class technology and state-of-the-art infrastructure, together with the vast cross-domain experience of its expert staff, UNICC is ready to offer UN-friendly, shared solutions to United Nations organizations and other international organisations with similar missions and values.
Mission, Vision, Strategy
Mission. UNICC’s mission is to provide trusted ICT services and digital business solutions to its Clients and Partner Organizations.
Vision. UNICC will effectively and efficiently deliver shared services to its Clients and Partner Organizations, focusing on operational excellence in diverse areas of ICT, where it can maximise economies of scale and added value, adapting in an agile manner to changing digital transformation demands.
Strategy. UNICC’s Clients and Partner Organizations guide our strategy. We try to align with their digital transformation plans and embrace the UN Secretary-General’s Strategy on New Technologies, his Data Strategy for Action by Everyone, Everywhere, the High-Level Panel on Digital Cooperation’s The Age of Digital Interdependence and other UN strategic plans.
Involvement. We all work together in an open, collaborative and empowered way, sharing information and ideas, learning from and trusting each other.
Inclusiveness. We understand, encourage and integrate different cultures and backgrounds because diversity makes us stronger.
Integrity. Collectively and individually we work to the highest standards of ethics and behaviour. We are humble and professional.
Ingenuity. This is the spirit to seek out solutions, to make the best use of the advancing technologies to solve difficult problems.